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FTI F2520 input shaft. Is it the correct length for 1.82 or 1.76?
Street strip 500 HP application.


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Posts: 1923 | Location: Chandler Arizona | Registered: August 11, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Bruce,
FTI #2520 input shaft is a Uni length shaft that fits both 1:82 and 1:76 ratio's.
If it were me, i would spend a few more bucks to up grade to the 300m shaft.

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Bruce, ALL of our Powerglide input shafts are the correct length to work with a 1.82 or 1.78 planet with the exception of F2519 which is a 1.250" input shaft for big power applications.

I'm also going to second Don's recommendation of going with the 300M input shaft(F2516)

http://ftiperformance.com/Powe...Shaft-300M-F251X.htm

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OK great information.
Yes I will go with the tougher shaft. Although this trans is for my wife's Nova which would be fine with the entry level shaft, you never know some where down the line she might want to step up the engine department.


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